Schaumburg Foreclosure Attorneys
Wheaton, Illinois, Foreclosure Lawyers Help Clients Defend Against Banks and Creditors
The foreclosure crisis that is sweeping America has many root causes, including the following:
- Out-of-control medical expenses in families
- Adjustable rate mortgages (ARM) which result in monthly payments out of the reach of borrowers
- Real estate "flip" schemes
- Decline in housing values, which may make it difficult or even impossible for people to sell their homes with enough profit to pay off mortgages
For a Livable Future after Foreclosure
If foreclosure or crushing debts threaten your family's financial stability, you no doubt want to do the best thing and the right thing for your future. Contact an attorney at the law offices of Anderson & Associates, P.C. in Schaumburg or Wheaton to discuss your options.
Negotiation with Creditors
Our lawyers have a great deal of experience negotiating with creditors (including credit card companies and auto loan companies) as an alternative to bankruptcy. We often succeed in helping renegotiate home loans, allowing our clients to stay in their houses while reorganizing their finances. We represent clients whose homes are in foreclosure, whether or not forced home sale will occur in conjunction with a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Minimizing Liability when Foreclosure is Unavoidable
Sometimes foreclosure cannot be avoided and the best way forward is to minimize liability. Our years of experience in family law, estate planning and bankruptcy translate into efficient, sensible advocacy on behalf of individuals and couples who are at risk of losing their homes to foreclosure. Our attorneys work hard to protect the rights of mortgagees whose houses will be reclaimed by mortgage lenders.
Call or email the law offices of Anderson & Associates, P.C., in Schaumburg or Wheaton, to schedule a consultation and learn how we can help you when foreclosure or crushing debts loom as real possibilities.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.